Christian Dior’s haute couture looks

Amour, Amoureuse, Scène d’amour, Fête d’amour… The names given to Christian Dior’s haute couture looks endlessly celebrated Love, the passionate sentiment that is more essential now than ever, and that has lived in Dior’s heart since its founding. As an ode to this heritage, the new Dioramour capsule collection designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri for Chinese Valentine’s Day resonates like a tender declaration of the House’s emblematic codes: red, “the color of life,” as Monsieur Dior called it, and polka dots — a motif of which he was equally fond. The latter plays out on the House’s iconic bags including the Lady D-Lite, Dior Book Tote and 30 Montaigne as well as selected pieces of ready-to-wear and lingerie, Mitzah scarves, fashion jewelry and cardholders. An invitation to demonstrate one’s affections or to treat oneself, to be discovered from July 23rd.